The prices are Dencio's, Gerry's Grill range. I didn't appreciate much the california maki we ordered because it had too much rice but the tokwa't-baboy was good. I loved the gravy on their sizzling bangus belly and I appreciated the free soup they gave (we had to ask for them though, for my son).
Oh, I also didn't like their sago't gulaman because it was a tad too sweet (and they were overzealous with their flavoring).
They have this garden area that's lit at night, with a bridge going there and a bench on the bridge, perfect for talks over drinks.
Generally, it's still a good place to eat if you're in the area. And I guess it's a blessing that the food there isn't so good that you'll need to hit the dip bar after. And the staff were very friendly and accommodating too.